Driving Your RV in Weather  Many people only take their recreational vehicles out for a spin during the summer when the weather is at its most optimal. However, other people prefer going camping in the winter, or they want to drive through many different states where they will encounter a variety of weather conditions. If you are used to driving when it is bright and sunny outside, then you need to prepare accordingly. Your RV is different from a regular car, so there are various ways you need to get ready for snowy, rainy or foggy conditions. Check the Tires […]

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Most people know that shopping around for insurance coverage is a smart idea. It allows you to find the best price and coverage while also letting you see what different insurers have to offer. However, many people do not realize that getting all their insurance coverage from one insurer could be the best possible way to maximize savings. Insurance bundling is a common practice where an insurer offers a discount if you have two or more policies with their company, just like RVInsurances.com The Basics of Bundling Your Insurance The main idea behind bundling your insurance coverages is that the […]

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Get Great Affordable Coverage for Your Boat or Personal Watercraft Nothing is better than going out on the open water in your own boat or watercraft.  However, they also are a responsibility. Keeping them maintained is part of being a conscientious owner, but so is carrying the right watercraft coverage. Insurance protects you from high out-of-pocket costs should your watercraft be involved in a collision. There are policies for every type of watercraft, and RVInsurances.com has them all. You will get the right policy at a price you can afford. Classic Boat Insurance  Our collector boat and classic boat insurance […]

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Full-Time RV Living: Where to Cut Costs and Where to Splurge Have you taken the plunge into full-time RVing or are you still dreaming of touring the world as a full-time RV owner? Many people choose the RV life for the sense of freedom and adventure. Tired of being tied to nine to five jobs, mortgages and “things” in general, more and more families are trading city streets for the open road. As companies become more open to telecommuting, full-time RVing is an increasingly viable option as RV living can cost less than living in a traditional home. There are […]

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Summer is right around the corner, which means long summer days lazing around the pool, summer evenings grilling on the bar-b-que and summer nights gathered around the camp fire drinking sweet tea and eating roasted marshmallows. It also means glorious days spent out on the water in your speed boat, pontoon or other water vessel. Before you can take your watercraft out on the water, however, there are a few important items that you need to take care of. From cleaning your boat to making sure that all the components work properly to investing in boat insurance, there is a […]

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As you decide which type of RV to purchase, you will have to weigh a lot of pros and cons. For example, Class A motorhomes often come with many luxury amenities but are more difficult to drive while a Class B RV is more convenient for day trip excursions but has a more restricted living space. Fortunately, one factor you do not have to worry about is whether your motorhome qualifies for RV insurance. No matter what motorhome you own, you will be able to find comprehensive insurance coverage with RVInsurances.com. Class A, Class B and Class C RVs  These […]

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Getting stuck in the middle of nowhere. It’s every driver’s worst fear when you start a road trip. And without a roadside emergency kit, the situation can get extremely dangerous quick. Especially in dangerous temperatures. That’s why we’ve gathered some must-have items for your checklist before you embark on your journey! Read on to learn more: Why You Should Have a Roadside Emergency Kit You should have a roadside emergency kit in your RV because you never know when you might need it. When you’re traveling on the road there is a wide range of things that could happen from […]

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Believe it or not, Americans spend $120 billion a year on outdoor gear. When you’re taking an RV adventure, you’re able to skip some of the spending on tents and shelter, but you’ll see some other items (and costs) take their place. Do you know what to put on your checklist? The type of gear you’ll need will depend on the type of adventuring you’d like to do. It will also depend on the time of year. You’ll have limited space so you should avoid piling your fishing gear on top of the gear that you bring for snowshoeing. Aside […]

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RVs cost on average $1,500 per year to maintain. While that’s not a lot of cash for a hobby, it’s also money you could spend on leisure while you’re RVing. It’s also reasonable to expect that you’ll want to take care of your investment. The average cost isn’t set in stone, and your vehicle’s depreciation isn’t either. The more you do to take care of your RV, the better your investment. And luckily, taking care of your RV maintenance isn’t that difficult. Anyone with a little mechanical know-how can do their own RV maintenance, though the mechanic is always there […]

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This year, you and 8.9 million other RV owners will pack up their RVs and hit the road for a great adventure. Getting ready for a trip in your RV can be stressful. You have to make sure you have everything you need for your planned activities and that your RV is all tuned up. Packing up for an RV trip can be particularly stressful for those who are new to the RV world. Those who are seasoned RV veterans find it easy to quickly compile their list, check their vehicle, and get on the road. Whether you’re new to […]

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